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THE OHIOAGO 'ESGH-iES.
FOR EAGLE READERS. News from All Parts of the World Carefully Selected from the Press Telegrams. A Weekly Digest of the Most Important Facts, and Happenings for Busy Readers. L'nvorn lifty foot iitulci-t-mmi1 iienr tin' lionrt nf ttiu city of liulliiiiiiinilK mill ui'l liy a ili!poriittf trunk of, rubber's b.ne been rutitul liy tin polWo lifter a no.irvli or soi'nil yours. Tluil mu-Ii a re rMojtvou for thieve exNteil wm Utunvu Ions iisit to aoino tleteetlve. liut lioy werv tumble to neertnln the locu tion. Tho robber were under tlio lend vHiin of Lou Hoyt, who win known tin ker the nllns of 'Klntier.v." The en tig mh imIIoiI tho "Kinnery jmiiu" nnd for yo.tr it committed robborlc with ImiiU' ROBBERS SECURE 91,000. Pllly Packing and Flue Brush Man ufacturing Co. Suffors Lost. It was discovered Monday thnt be tween closing tlnto Saturday nnd open Ins time thnt day robbers) hud boldly looted the oillee nnd plant of the I'llljr Packing nnd Flue IJrtish Manufacturing Company In St. I.otil, nnd had hauled over $1,000 worth of loot away In n wocon. A typewriter, tho contents of thrco roll-top deks, over 100 tools of Jiity. Tho guiic wit tlnnlly broken up different kinds, an undetermined nimn ilLo.lt two years ago. when Holt nnd titr of rubber beltlnir. n atopic of brushes. Willi 1111 M.-.in. n .......I... ....... .... d and sentenced to long terms In the Je!feronvllle refonn.ttory. About thirty live years ngo the old Michael brewery plnnt win burned. The brewery hud been nbnmhmed during the Civil War and the main building were occupied by poor fmutlles. The plant became it sort of tenement linue. ltcucath the old plant were cellars nnd Mibeoll.ir built of stone, with arched roofs, several of them ns large a the auditorium of a church. How tho Klnnery gang learned of the cellars I n mystery, but the de tectives now know that the plunder stolen by the gang was hidden lu these cellar. A returned thief recently told the police nil about the cavern nnd tho ."!21cer have been exploring them. BURNED IN PRAIRIE FIRE. Nebraska Farmer Killed and Two Porsons Missing, A terrific prairie lire driven by n gale !m been rnglug along the Ihie of the Burlington llitllroiid between lloldrege, Neb., nnd Atlanta, a distance of seven mile. AtiL'ut OWcu, a farmer, was burned to death, and two other pcroiiH who are inNilug are believed to have lost their lives. A strip three mile wide mid tell iuil long ha been burned over, nnd a hirire number of farm houses, burns mid other building and a great amount of live slock have been destroyed. The K.tle carried tho tlnine ncro country at Jiirltle speed, and nil efforts to cheek their pmurcs seemed futile. The Ilur- liu.'tou Itullnmil sent n special nnd similar article woro tnken. Tho Interior of the oillco was n wreck. Ap parently tho only tiling left untouched was the snfe, which contnlncd consid erable money. The robbers effected en trance through n window and left no clew. YOUNO MORMONS IN HBVOLT. BOO May Sacedo from Church Un less Smith aivos Up Polygamy. As tho result of tho testimony given bnforo the committee on privileges and elections at Washington, 500 young Mor mons in Halt Lake havo formed n secret organization to enforco in tho church the pledges given at the time that Utah was admitted to tho union. The organiza tion will deliver mi ultimatum nt tho April conference of the Mormons. Unless leading Mormon priests will agree to cease living with their plural wives, President .loeph !'. Smith nnd other thereby vlolntlug the law, tho members will withdraw from tho church. The or ganization I spreading rapidly nnd may number n thousand or moro when the conference meets In April. embezzled $103,000. A warrant was Is sued for him nnd the run resulted. Tho directors nid they had arranged to flinke up the amount nnd the bank would tesamo ns soon as arrangements could te perfected, RICH OIL FIELD IN KANSAS. Central Oil Company Completes Development of Its Lands, The Central Oil Company has complet ed tlie development of Its entire holdings in the Chnnute, Kan., oil Held, drilling In Its tlfty-llrst well. The holding of this company comprise H0 ncres, owned In fee simple, which wn bought less than a year ago for JfDtl.OOO. The com pany has two pumping plant nnd nn estimated production of 1H.000 barrels monthly. Till Is the llrst company to finish the development of It holding In the Chnnute field. The production of tho Knusns field I bought regularly by the Standard Oil Company for Its refinery nt Xeodesha, Knit. The Standard's pipe linos connect with a pumping station on each producing property and the com pany has ,'tl'O acre of steel tanks for storage purpose at Its refinery. The market price paid for Kansas oil fluctu ates between ? 1.0(1 and ?1.!)S. STARS AND BAH9 ACOVE FLAO. Riotous Soeno at Clomson College Cheers for Confederacy. Whllo the college band played "Dixie" the 500 students at Clctnson College, 8. C. with head uncovered, lowered tho United States flag from the flagpole on tho cnmpits and raised n Confederate) Hag In its stead. Kiotoii scones ensued when tho commandant, who Is n north erner, ordereil the flag lowered. Later tho Confederate flag was taken down nnd hidden. Next day the flag was rais ed again and tho commandant dared to lower It. After cheers for tho Confed erate emblem the Stars and Stripe wcro raised and cheered. Clcmon Coliego wns founded by Senator Tillman while ho wns Governor. with assistance to save the town of I.ooml from dcstiuctloii. Farmers mid section hands were out everywhere work lti.r to save property. Earthquake In New England, Three distinct shocks of cnrth(tinko wero felt throughout New England Mnndny morning, smnshlng lamp chim neys mid other glasswaro In some places, Beginning nt St. John, N. 11.. tho seis mic vibrations traversed tho Stato of Maine, causing tomo slight damage to buildings in Augusta, Bangor and Port land. Tho shock wns felt nlnliilv as fur train , south ns Taunton, Mass. PISTOL SHOTS CURE EPILEPSY. Strange Experience of Young Man Who Attempted Suicide. John M, Peters, son of u Brooklyn manufacturer, who was found near his father's factory last November with two bullet wounds in tils head, ha been dis charged from the hospital in better lien It li than ever, but with one of tho bullets still In his brain. The doctors succeeded lu tcmovliig the oilier. Hi case attracted much Interest among sur geons, who fuliy e. ported his death, Peters, when found, nfter the shooting, said he discovered thieves in the factory nnd wns wounded by them. I.ntcr ho admitted having attempted suicide be cause of epileptic attacks. Those 1mt not recurred since he shot himself. SAVE WOMEN FROM FIRE. Elovotor Boys Tnko Frlshtonod Girls from Burning Building. Many live wero saved by the cool -conduct of Hay Ililey and (ieorgo Sy-.-liowski, two elevator boy, who kept 'heir car ruiiuliiu during tho progress if n tire which caued a loss of J?'J7.000 4ii the Mnsiiry building nt UiO-lIK! Michi gan avenue, Chicnu-o, One hundred and lifty girls who were employed lu the Crusade Against Lynching. V. 11. liarksdale Camp, United Con federate Veterans, of Urannda. Miss., has started n crusndo against lynchings nnd adopted resolutions appealing to all Confederates, their wives and daughters, to work to put a stop to the "dinbollcal, Inhuman nnd ungodly crlmo of burning limn u n beings." Blovan Die Under Waves. Tho British submarlno boat No. Al was run down nnd suuk oft Tho Nnb llghuhlp by a Donnl Currlo liner, and eleven men wcro drowned, including I.leut. Mnnserch. tho senior olticcr en- Tho liner DISORDER ON A BATTLESHIP, Men of Brooklyn Complain of Treat- mwnt Olvon Them. The cruiser Brooklyn, which sailed from San Jiinn several days since, nr rived in Pensncnln, Flit., and began coal ing. Iteports from the ship arc to tho effect that considerable disorder occur red on hoard one night, the men stating that they were given only one piece of liardtnck for supper, tiie oilleer know ing, too, that they had to coal the ship the day following. The trouble wns settled by the oilleers taking ptotupt and vigorous measure. Bnirml In siibninrlno work, building were taken to the ground lloor ' i,nK.,i on nnd reported thnt she had in safety. Several were slightly Injured , struck n torpedo. In tin- rush to get out of tho burning structure. The re was roll illed to tlio i mine ouiuu is amnoa, hlvth lloor. Price o! Coal Goes Down, The relcii of George Bacr has been liroken. lie Is no longer (lie coal dicta tor. The I.aekawannn, Lehigh Valley .niid Pennsylvania, roads linvo Issued cir cular offering the usual dlcounts to voiil dealer this summer, but Ilaer did not lis the price. Tho light between Bnei ami the other roads has been long iiml secret. Car Strikes Mlnstrol Parade, A trolh'j car ran through n minstrel I made in Keokuk, Iowa, probably fa ti.lly Injuring .lame Burundi, a trom bone pliiyr. hurting five other pcroii., and destroying nearly nil tho musical in strument uud costume of the baud, William Cnlilll, motormaii, has been at i listed on a chnnre of assault. Hepresentatlvcs of tho miners nnd op erators of tho competitive district of In diana, Illinois, Ohio nnd western Pcnn sylwinln met at tho liendipiartcrs of tho United Mine Workers of America In Indianapolis and signed the scale agree ment, which was ratified by tho miners In a referendum vote. Will Not Marry Divorcee. Members of the Omaha Ministerial Vnioii have agreed to require strangers lr renting thenir-elves fur marriage to kIvp evidence of moral fitness, and will ufiio to marry divorcee ngaliirt whom charges were proved. The union lias ap pointed n committee to draft rules to ,'irern marriage. Inventor Enos Dies In Poverty. John F.nos, nn Inventor of several pat fined contrivances, I dead ill Now York frm pneumonia. He was taken to the hospital from u cheap lodging Iioiim; in the Bowery, where lie had iambi ills l.oine for a long period. Hnos is said to b'ive been connected, with n wealthy M.'rsaehuetts family. Don't Llk Now Uniforms. Marine nt League Island navy yard .r- opposed to the new regulation unl lorio mid especially ngnllist troiircis ,bii'h have no pockets. Dlos In Pucullnr Way. IMwin Caldwell, n wealthy farmer of Laporte County, Ind., died Friday, hav ing hiccoughed himself to dcn;i. Ho was stricken the previous Monday and the physicians Were iinnhlo to account for his condition. Ho hiccoughed without cessation until death ended his Intense ngony. "Cotton King" Goes Undor. Daniel J. Sully, tho Now York "cotton king," nnnounced Friday that ho was unable to meet his engagements and a wild panic ensued on tlio cotton ex change. Losses of upward of a million dollars woro recorded In the drop during tho first twenty minutes. Sully refused to make n statement. Infernal Machine Kills. An Infernai innelilno exploded outside tho resldcnco of Commissioner of Police Laurent lu Liege, Belgium, wrecking the hoiie, fatally Injuring an artillery mil- i cor, Major Pnpln, and teiiously wound I ins half n dozen other persons. There Is no clow to tho perpetrators of the out rage. Fnulkton S. D. Fire. Fire at Faulktoii, S. Ii destroyed ten , business building, Including tlio Mer chant' Bank, two general stores, two drug stores, n meat market. Inn restau rants, two resiliences and tho tolephouc oillee, I.os about $15,000, Insurance about S'-'-J.OOO. 1 PROTECT YOUR VOICE To Attorneys, Actors, Teachers nnd nil tho3c whose voices must be clear this Is of prime Importance GERAGHTY'S PATENT MOUTH DEVICE compels correct breathing, It thereby close the mouth as an air passage nnd protects one's respiratory organs from direct contact with cold or damp atmosphere. The most fatal diseases of the throat and ltniffs begin by Exposukk. To present the disease the exposure must be avoided, A scientific preventive of Lu.no and Thkoat Disorders. An absolute prctentlve of SNORING. Send fifty cents and get one by return mail. GERAGHTY & CO., 61 La Salle St., CHICAGO. Chicago & Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Co. SUCCESSORS TO S320iBSS3B0ffl8BB8BSBStaBaBaSBa!iSlBaBa 1 A. J. TOOLEN m ri I Contractor and Builder 1030 Opera House Block 81 Telephone Alain 4509 Residence 'Phono Oarfleld 553 CHICAGO EeasafflHiSSSiS3ElElElElSE3Ei5iaEimElEl Telephone Harrison 3443. LYDON & DREWS CO, Chicago. HAU8LER fc LUTZ T. & D. CO., 80. Chicago. River and Harbor Improvements 1319-22 Chamber of Commerce. honeeMJn23 le. Ohloege 'Pheno, e. Ohloege e. j MY I 111 I ft Tc ' H. It. GIBBONS KB DEALER INaSSEt New and SecoiA Hand Fackinff Boies Office, 303-dil South Canal Street ttstfAQO Warehouu Carroll Avenue and Curtlr iatreeL Vounsf Boy Kills Hlmsolf. Hccmii-c hi riiiinry bird (lew inviir, Artliur Mellon, tho 1'J-jonr-oM on of v ctltiiy piirrnts In Abbeyvllb1, Un., hns "liot hlinvlf tliroir.'li the heart In the i.ri'iico of hi inothr. Sovornt Injured In a Wrck, An enht-boiind pm'Iibit tniln mi tho Luke Sliorri road, known iik the 1'lttH-t-urs and Ilnffnlo Kxprfsw, rnn Into nn ..pon switch nnd collided with n frellit -ir on a ablins nt .orihennt. I'n., result ing in the Injury 1 cfveral piihHensers j, ml member of the crew. Crows Annlo Without Soods. After i"Seriinfiituu many jenr.s n srower lit (irnnd .function. Colo., clnliiH t have developed n method of growing xwdlcnx niipioK whli-h Is df-Mlned to rovo bii.onizo the nile IlidilKtr). jilKt n the r.edle orange revolntiotiUed oruiige KtuWIRg. flood and run: in becoit. Wntor from Rook Htvr Two Koet Doap on Prlnolpnl Stroots. Dnriiis it llood which hns iniindittcd a third of the city of Kelolt, Wis., .Inlin Thi)iiiiKon iV Soiih' giiM eiiKlne idiops In Stuith Helolt burned. The Ioks Is ?(t0, (K)0. The Hood prevented the llrenien from getting within hnlf u mile of tho lire. Tho water wns two feet deep in Htnte Ktreot nnd store Hours were eov cred. Itoek rher, which riniH throtiKlt the city, nlniost rem-licl tlie dntigcr point. Dividend for Htockholdor. A new plnn for the Northern Securi ties t'oinpiiny hits been iiiuioiinced by .Tnmes .1, Hill ns it stock dividend of IK) per cent, through tlie distribution of tho Northern I'nrllle nnd (Stent Northern stocks held by the merger. In the stock mnrket the shores of these roads uud Union nnd Southern l'nelile iidviineed on huge purchui.es, which nre not cNplulncd, Younjr Boy commits Suicide. , Nenr I.u Porte, Ind.. Andrew Ander son, 1,1 yeiiis old, llght-hciirtcd nnd gny, left his mother snylng he wus going to to do the chores. He picked ill ropo In tho bull), uud going to the woods, climbed n tree, tied the rope to it limb, ndjiistcd the noose to his neck nnd jump ed off. Death was iustiiutuiieous. The motive Is it mystery. Hancr Berry Jury In Effljrv. The twelve jurors In the Dewey, Mc Hrldo uud Wilson triple murder case, who returned a verdict of not guilty, were bunged In elllgy nt Norton, Kim, The twelve ligures, ciich beuiing the nnme of u mini, were left bunging from trees in tho court house ynrd. The ver dict Is geuernlly iinpopulur. Koroa Clonrs Its Prisons. Fotty-four prisoueis in Korea havo been put to dentil In thrco nights by the sword or noose, uud thu powers mny interfere in tho wIioIcmiIo slaughter which tlio government bus adopted to clear its prisons. Woman Linguist Is n Sutoldo, Miss Annette M. De, u linguist In tho bureau of niilmal Imliit-U-.v, Agrieiiltur.il Department, Wnshliiglou, eommltted sui cide liy shouting, (irief over the death of her mother li supposed to have caused the act. H.ns Money! Bencur by Trndo. Though he hud eight Milts of the best of tiiilor-niitdii clothes, several pairs of flno shoes, with gloves, milking slicks and a bank account. Charles p, Parker is under arrest in Cleveland as n com mou beggar. Wllllnm H. Grnoo Dond, William It. tlrace, former Mayor of New York and a wealthy citizen, died of pneumonia. He was in his ":M ear. Wllliiim ltussell (Jtiice was born at Qtteenstown, Cork, 1 1 eland, May 10, 1KIJ, and luiil a varied cnicer. Cool Hentt Saves Ship, Cool licnd mid prompt action on the pnrt of Cuptulll Ilrndfoiil of the battle sbip Illinois saveil his ship from being sunk, with groat loss of life, lit the re cent collision with the battleship Mis fcourl. streot Car Uarnn Burn. , National Hlolnvny Fnvorod. Plro destrojed burns of the I nlon , icoliitlon was ailoited by the New l'rmtion Compnny at DIvIhIoii street and Vnil:-Clile:igo good roads convention nt Western avenue. Chicago, causing u los , j.;,.(1( iiMii f,Voriug u national highway WILLIAM HALE THOMPSON Real Estate and Building Loans 237 WEST MADISON ST. Telephone Monroe 678 DISTILLERS i IMPERIAI and RYE MIT MM SHUFELDT'S WoHd Renowned ALCOHOL BLENDERS OF FINE WHISKIES I Tom Lynch, 261 Kinzie St. 'Sg3ggSSgS33$a Van! ft 3 KAMC.T. UAVI8,Trei. U. O.STlTES, Ket. Kng., ChlesRO.. BTMOrjR P. THOMAS, flu. Km. Nw York. JOHN SI'KHMNU DHAN8, Cblof Knc. WM. U. BEKVB3, aDtrl SupirtnMnatBt. l I . '. K. -YCDiUTS Barber Shop 90 L Salle Street, Cor. Washington Seven Barbers. CHIOAOO. W fS x,lln,ln,H,tMl,1H...,1.,tll,lH,lMi,H4' ;"i'i'K- I TCLCPHONB MAIN 3728 V-f . -f RICHARD L. CRESCY OEN'L MQR. ILLINOIS AOENOY 701 Chamber of Commerce Building Th Fidelity Mutual LIT Inturanca Company of Philadelphia. 4.HmH"M-H"H"H CHICAGO, ILLS. . -- VI'Tl T V I 1 ITVTV V J Hawaiian Prince Horn nt Last. A son has been horn to the I'rlnco and Princess Havid Kawoiinnnhon, at llono ImIii. Tho boy Is the first tiuilo heir of tho Knlnhnim lino to bo born for ninny ye-irs, and if the iiionnrehy wero still lu cxlsteme ho would bu heir niiparent to tho Hawaiian throne. Russian Floot Uopnrt. Tlie Itusslnii sfjuiidron lilcw Its way through the lee nt Vladivostok and do lierted for nn unknown destination. Tlie Port Arthur licet, in an effort to join lu northern ally, sighted Admiral Togo's vcfekeN nnd returned to harbor. of S100.MM), mid incendiarism In hinted at. I Injurod In Trnln Wrook. I'ive (lor-'Oln were seriously injured, ' ono prohahl) futnlly, by the derailment of ,i west-hound passenger trnln on the i Central Vermont Jtnilrond, near Cam- t...m Valimhln PnuGhn. Lnt. ItrafH nnd clitcks representing iniiiiy ; bridse, Vt, thousands of dollars, sent in two mall sny Cshlur Cot S IOB.OOO, tsiuvhes from Memphis to ht. J.oills, 'bue rnyterlouiy iitsnppeareu. J'ost offlco ornclala ay tho iouches wero rout- After three hours' run tho Orange Growers' National Hank lu Itivcnldc, CaI., closed and the director announced between the two cities by way of Cleve land mid Toledo, Honnvmoon In Knrrlno Cnb, O, C. Iloitou, u Clilcngo uml Allot! engineer, was niuriled the oher day In overalls lu St, l.ouls mid stiuled witli his hrliln on a hoiiejmoou to Chicago in mi engine call. l:cnpos from Oypsy BondoRo, Jmiies Mi-Tii-e, aged i", who wns stolen two years ago by gypsies, has just made hU escapo and returned to hit Kull IIUImbIt fef AS H LAN D THE ATR C. MMHI jUiWASj SS 030 AND ACHtANU Ave. bmivs' PA- vl-J' Chicago aByfr V TEL.2993WENTW0RTW- . I y b (P is?.;ffw.s The Phoenix Bridge Company ...ENCINKKRe AND BUILDERS... CAPACITY OF BRIDGE WORK 40,000 TODS PER ANNUM All Work Dons on Promises, from Ors to Finished Bridge. Bridges, Turntables, Ocean Piers, Elevated Railroads, Viaducts, Roofs, All Structures of Iron and Steel. . Estimate sad Special DeslfM Furalihsd on Application. ....OFFICES.... 411 WilMt Street, Philadelphia) PhaaliTille, Pa.; 49 Wllllara Strast. New Yorki 31 Tha Rookary. CHICAOO. JAMES LYMAN WILLIAM H. LYMAN JAMES LYMAN & CO. General Contractors. Suite 1409 Ashland Block N. E. Cor. Clark and Randolph Sts. Telephone Main 3232 S. A. ECKHART. Pres. snd Treas. Capaolty I 3,000 Barrel, per Oij HYDE PARK THEATRE CREArVI CITY THEATR 03TH MD Lakc Ave, CHICAGO-, 360.T0 Cnovc 3T., MlLWA t ( 'is TCC. HVDE PA UK COT Til, QLUC 'J3SI TELEPHONE MONHOK 361. Schultz & Hirsch Co., Manufacturtrt of and Wholt$Ht Dealers In i Feathers, Feather Pillows AND BEDDING SUPPLIES. Ecktiart & Swan Milling Co., MERCHANT MILLERS 373 to 393 Carroll Avenue, from Elizabeth St. to Ada Ft. Our new 3,000-barrel Mill are now in full operation, producing tha finest grades of Spring and Winter Flour made in the world. Ours are tho finest and only mills in the United States arranged with tha complete and improved Hungarian Sifter System. Eckhart & Swan's "XXXX Best Patent" Is the highest grade of Hard Spring Wheat Patent Flour in tha world, manufactured from No. x Hard Dakota nnd Minnesota Wheat CABLE ADDRESS "ECKHART." Long Dletanoo Telephone Monroe 37. U. P. ALTFETBR 758 S. 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